Life and Living

Ideas for Managing Family Time

IDEAS FOR MANAGING FAMILY TIME Families have a lot going on. Juggling school, work commitments, extracurricular activities, and social engagements…

Five Steps to Teaching Kids to Say “I’m Sorry”

FIVE STEPS TO TEACHING KIDS TO SAY “I’M SORRY” We all mess up, sometimes. But apologies are hard — even…

Are You Feeling Lonely?

ARE YOU FEELING LONELY? By Bible Love Notes Loneliness is the feeling that we’re separated from relevant relationships. It’s not…

What Submission Means

WHAT SUBMISSION MEANS By Nancy Leigh Demoss Leslie Basham: First Peter gives us the picture of a woman married to an…

Emotion Coaching Step 1: Empathy

EMOTION COACHING STEP 1: EMPATHY By Ellie Lisitsa Use Emotion Coaching and empathy in your conversations with your child, and…

The Growing Child: Adolescent 13 to 18 Years

THE GROWING CHILD: ADOLESCENT 13 TO 18 YEARS By Johns Hopkins Medicine How much will my adolescent grow? The teenage…

Developmentally appropriate practice: Knowing about child development and learning

DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PRACTICE: KNOWING ABOUT CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING By Carrie Shrier It is important teachers understand children’s development. Effective…

For the Love of a Woman

FOR THE LOVE OF A WOMAN By Bible Love Notes Genesis 3 reveals an interesting aspect of romantic love. In Genesis…

Why “Mutual Submission” Is Impossible

WHY “MUTUAL SUBMISSION” IS IMPOSSIBLE By Bible Love Notes When our culture rejects biblical principles, false teachings in the church…

Godly Parenting Isn’t Really Godly If It Lacks Affection

GODLY PARENTING ISN’T REALLY GODLY IF IT LACKS AFFECTION The chief aim in giving affection is to give the gospel.…

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